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On the Road to Literature Discussion Groups: Teacher Scaffolding during Preparatory Experiences
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On the Road to Literature Discussion Groups: Teacher Scaffolding during Preparatory Experiences

Author: Beth Maloch
Publisher: College Reading Association. Brigham Young University, Department of Teacher Education, 215 McKay Building, P.O. Box 25099, Provo, UT 84602. Web site: http://www.collegereadingassociation.org/index.html.
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Reading Research and Instruction, v44 n2 p44-64 Win 2005
Database:ERIC The ERIC database is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Education.
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Working within a theoretical framework of sociocultural theory, with a particular focus on the construct of scaffolding, this five and a half month qualitative study explored the ways in which one third-grade teacher supported students' move towards literature discussion groups. Data sources including expanded field notes, video and audiotape records, teacher interview transcripts, and artifacts were analyzed  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Beth Maloch
ISSN:0886-0246
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 425137172
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Working within a theoretical framework of sociocultural theory, with a particular focus on the construct of scaffolding, this five and a half month qualitative study explored the ways in which one third-grade teacher supported students' move towards literature discussion groups. Data sources including expanded field notes, video and audiotape records, teacher interview transcripts, and artifacts were analyzed utilizing the constant-comparative method. Findings indicated two prominent themes related to the instructional focus of the teacher's scaffolding during preparatory activities--a response-oriented focus and an interpersonal focus. By focusing on these two areas, the teacher facilitated students' acquisition of response strategies and interpersonal strategies--strategies they later used effectively in literature discussion groups.

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